Grow It Local Seed Service - Autumn / Winter 2021

Grow It Local Seed Service - Autumn / Winter 2021 Grow It Local Seed Service - Autumn / Winter 2021 Grow It Local Seed Service - Autumn / Winter 2021 Grow It Local Seed Service - Autumn / Winter 2021 Grow It Local Seed Service - Autumn / Winter 2021
Grow It Local Seed Service - Autumn / Winter 2021

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Grow It Local in partnership with a network of forward thinking councils (see list below) have launched a free 'Seed Service' that has been designed for aspiring growers by River Cottage Australia host and master grower Paul West. WHO IS IT FOR? The Seed Service is suitable for anyone interested in learning to grow who has space to grow in pots, containers, on a balcony, in a courtyard, backyard, etc. At this stage it's for folks who are new to Grow It Local. WHAT YOU'LL RECEIVE? By registering for the Grow It Local - Seed Service (its FREE!) you'll receive; - four packs of heirloom & organic seeds which for Autumn / Winter 21 includes rocket, sugar snap peas, Spanish radish and mustard greens (giant red) delivered direct to your door ! - four short 'how to grow' videos with Paul (one for each variety) - four deep dive articles featuring background to the veg, health & nutritional information, tricks & tips to growing success and a selection of patch-to-plate recipes - access to monthly 'Ask Me Anything' (AMA) sessions where participants can ask questions, trouble shoot and get solutions - access to fortnightly live edible gardening and local food workshops. For example, how to grow in pots with Paul West, an introduction to composting with Costa, how to make award winning jam with the Country Womens Association, pickling with OzHarvest founder Ronni Kahn * Note: please ensure to provide your correct mailing address so we can get the seeds to you HOW TO GROW VIDEOS & DEEP DIVE ARTICLES Will be provided following registration. Get excited ! ASK ME ANYTHING SESSIONS Got a question or an issue in the garden? Join our free 'Ask Me Anything' (AMA) sessions to trouble and get advice from a master grower live! Saturday May 29, 2021 Register here
Friday June 25, 2021 Register here WHO IS IT FOR? Please note that the Grow It Local - Seed Service is only available to residents, businesses, schools and community organisations in partner council areas including; NSW - Waverley Council - Woollahra Council - Randwick Council WESTERN AUSTRALIA - City of Cockburn - City of Kwinana - Town of Victoria Park - City. of Rockingham - City of Joondalup - City of Bayswater - Town of Bassendean DON'T SEE YOU COUNCIL HERE? Please leave a comment in the 'Comments' section below if you'd like to see Grow It Local - Seed Service available in your community. Simply let us know why and the name of your local council, thanks! OUR MISSION Grow It Local a mission to help educate, inspire and empower more people to grow, share and eat locally grown food. WHEN CAN I EXPECT MY SEEDS? Grow It Local - Seed Service packages will be sent to registered participants on the following two dates; - Wednesday May 5 - Wednesday May 19 WHO CAN REGISTER? At this stage the Grow It Local - Seed Service is available for folks from our partner council who areas who aren't currently a member of Grow It Local. PARTICIPANT SURVEY In order to receive Grow It Local - Seed Service for free please complete the short survey link that you'll receive in the confirmation email after registering. Thanks! HELP SPREAD THE LOVE! Help spread the love! Tell your friends, neighbours and colleagues to get involved ! Send them to

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  • 2 weeks ago @Kerry Gorman

    I'd love to see Devonport City Council (Tasmania) approached to join the program.

  • 2 weeks ago @Rhiannon Huston

    Yay so happy to see my city council of Cockburn included! What an awesome initiative that hopefully even more councils contribute to in future :)

  • 2 weeks ago @Sharon Burke

    This a wonderful initiative! I wish MidCoast Council was involved! There are seed libraries at some libraries in the Hunter Valley NSW, for example Cessnock.

  • 1 week ago @Becky Culver

    Every Council should be encouraging it’s residents in this way. Thank you Cockburn for being part of this well needed project. Would love to see a seed library start up in the area and also rebates (similar to solar) for raised garden bed purchases such as the Australian made Birdies garden beds.